Venture capitalists from the United States help fund the brightest entrepreneurs in China, but concerns are mounting, including over transparency. Photo: AP Venture capitalists from the United States help fund the brightest entrepreneurs in China, but concerns are mounting, including over transparency. Photo: AP
Venture capitalists from the United States help fund the brightest entrepreneurs in China, but concerns are mounting, including over transparency. Photo: AP
Zhou Xin
Opinion

Opinion

Zhou Xin

China tech investors may find that Pekingology is a must-learn term

  • Despite massive amounts of Western money flowing into China, helping entrepreneurs better connect with consumers, investor concerns may be on the rise
  • It is getting harder to tell a good China business story by just using terms that US investors can easily understand

Venture capitalists from the United States help fund the brightest entrepreneurs in China, but concerns are mounting, including over transparency. Photo: AP Venture capitalists from the United States help fund the brightest entrepreneurs in China, but concerns are mounting, including over transparency. Photo: AP
Venture capitalists from the United States help fund the brightest entrepreneurs in China, but concerns are mounting, including over transparency. Photo: AP
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Zhou Xin

Zhou Xin

Zhou Xin now leads the technology news team at the Post following stints as Political Economy Editor and Deputy China Editor. He has previously worked for Reuters and Bloomberg in Beijing.